Dressing 4 Growth

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    Dec 26, 2014 4:33 AM GMT
    Hi, guys.

    I've put on great size over the last year or so. I'm at 243 lbs right now.

    I've been shedding clothes along with my growth. Not much fits and it's a bit of a challenge to find edgy styles to really wear that aren't tank tops or sweat shorts with high tops. Jeans are so uncomfortable to wear as they don't fit my legs.

    What styles or suggestions or brands do you stick with that work for you?
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 26, 2014 6:08 PM GMT
    I prefer a duck head just because there are way to many people wearing mouse heads.
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    Dec 26, 2014 6:13 PM GMT
    If you are really 243lb of muscle you should dress like this in all circumstances:

    wwe-batista.jpg
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    Dec 31, 2014 9:40 PM GMT
    I am. I would. It's just for those special ocassions and fancy dinners that I'm asking for. Even doing button ups is a freakin joke. I always have to go for a big size and then it fits around chest and a bit tight on arms but then there's all that fabric in the middle.. And dress pants and jeans aren't that far off. It doesn't fit around the waist but I have to get a big size to fit around my butt and thighs. Even at a size 34 fits me like skinny jeans. Dressing is just so awkward now. I'm always in oversized t shirts and sweat shorts with high tops. I'm fine with it but I'm stuck in that place when I get dressed.
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    Dec 31, 2014 10:45 PM GMT
    OP, your profile says your current weight is 200lbs. Are you originally from US? Maybe you got it wrong when converting from metric?

    If your weight is 200lbs as your profile says, given that you're 6'2", that puts us in the same situation since this is also my height and weight. My body fat is very low, so even at 202lbs I'm still a lanky guy especially when I'm clothed. It's such a shame putting so much effort just to see the fashion industry sabotaging it with t-shirts modeled after the proportions of a 5'10.

    Regardless of your actual weight (200 or 243?) you should check brands that create clothes for rugby players. They are tall, strong and as such have tall man proportions: wide shoulders and small waist. I have two t-shirts from Canterbury that make justice to my proportions and weight (made from that ionx material which fits and looks great)
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    Jan 01, 2015 1:47 AM GMT
    Cool story, bro!
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    Jan 01, 2015 2:05 AM GMT
    Assuming OP's pic is legit. There's no way he's 243 lbs. Not even the 200 lbs he states on his profile.